Greenpeace stops fish oil tanker in English Channel in protest over African food insecurity

Oct 14 2021


Greenpeace activists have intercepted a 96-metre tanker carrying fish oil from West Africa to Europe, to highlight the threat they say industry poses to food security and to livelihoods in the region.

 

 

 

>>The Guardian<<


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